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WEDNESDAY. MARCH 24, 1869.
A Twtscie X ike I'iJU.
VMSHt tic U ate.
AftK-asvcaad irmiiiit it FVkrcias-"
Sricsa. wix-i is tias isstasoe. was eivier-
Js&flifcwa ti? esui! Set, with fcwd
sbsj vss see St w rvosis oitiiv3
i iSsdi cs eu f tbs liner, asi x-
- . jsscSfcJ fcsastis Niisc sera a hwt hivA,
ltsi aisoal tv'c ef jcttccrf
ttmt I ties, wi lii fcci pokcsIt thia tSTVsted
r ni tie rtrj. Ai tSa Tcia- of ti
pcibiMj- Sjc- t5 acst ts is titr 83
tlxfr Htv iir-12 tif bci cc cisarcvur-
ti cbsut t tie ua iii aai uro
rajaSiig. Sec tbt acacafcue ef tie i'li-iTt
ttis ctd co sics5 ea&elT t tie fe-
TrraftftS. T&etr pcea! sisicrs kSJ cs tie
EIlT. lEiir. CXiiT. Lira Utj BA CIZf,
aa wcrarr, x-t eves tfcey are cneatooa
raciisc caccs, trra ti creo leates u tie
As uri passed a-Vrr tirccsi tie Earrow
loi wtsSrg pt.tfcs we wecM cccxskciBt
Diss wisi ece ef tie sstki fetes ef cre-
; xsea, teeiCTtlr sarfftng aSccr, ctasttiT to
ctcoscs taees, fscx caSTe
icec ooss crfissOT a reatal cf tie
wcoSafd iLis ef traTerr asd proves
gig&nwii by irs is coKl-e. He ccrtaidy
wis a pfctrrSa otncS. TaH. trcaij.
iSixritrsd as! stiiiij. bxl zncefil ia iis
tsS, -eirsii Eie tie ptr&T with lis ic-
zkcs fcaai cf iair, (wiKi. koirerts; is
c&ea as aitiSsU a3ir. pa ca aai cfi; se-
Kr,?r-z to ffiT eocisidi ia a tsius cf
tie aai csrC cassia;k2 taps.
tie eciis iwisr ctiwa bosejy orer his
tiiiri. a earv&i asi poEsied while "s-tccti
r . , . -
is isrs&e irexst. aa iccse rcS cf
zLT3" licci Hi rryifl, ati taitily car
isei cs iis iH7liT eitiirr x Hct's axe,
era satire r -ir, wiie Hi rttsisrs lew
cr Tnnj, aersmrsg U its rsik as x ciief
arrsTs. 13I oeeasscoST wni sets.
i B-l -sidi aS iii priii. tiis cosceited azd
rra izir vzs ptsfeetlr alg ect
iitiepreaiaceef iiscrrkrs- AsPka-
KS - o -saa at ti btsd cf eercrcsea-
I as Ctcr. VT3kes tsrass lfciJ, te wtxii lalt,
ieLx32 Hi Eo-wen,ft3pnstr3te
to tie rrseai raii5 tiere caul Pk3
i iaJ ia;sgr?, ti? drcp-itierf sal
f Tf.TiW-, "-X&ca, tcI r was ci&Ertfi za cco-
v i ii i.tt- ... vj. . ,
-gaa ptrfccsatd calf a cbsesi caerest ti. j
i txas rstry petty ea& and ties- rttata-
es. Usee, whSs we were wxlksg oc tte
r J.iotu u ue
Xa-ftawa. Titr-TOaErit fartre-aiifcjil. but
tas eas was "j ii us rxt nt t
recrsx n3es aa hoc?, procStd cct
stt pmift,butby sezEs. Tieizrscar-
l r J -
ks3 fart aad a!i. Ti sesStrsszads with
t tcardi tie harw,aad iaizia tie
rn i ... sua. utAfi sir ri. ivs cr
tfcae feet frees safe to sSie. actccjasyiag
it wii z rxrrspcor3r swi cf tie body,
EiagttitfixC waea evzyicglotie
feft,ao3riQrcsTK!. Oatieezaoecf wiadt
I irwafr. tiyre arsre srcf tieseseaea,
faro ac eats siis cf tbe dedt. zrd 2J tirj
kec ecs strxie. tie pietsre saa a sort!
a veil as as tattrestisg cse. As tie
caso- case cwste ozr psrty, tie eu2en
pTiirirff, -wtSe tie ussd KirtiUcua arere
rTitryil, 4ea tifcsy reasaed tktamr-Ugmaas,3s-rsse
uxxi ozt U ligit ia
afeea sf tie ri'er- ' Jsotast easoe
-was &3f wC I eiasrrej tastiksz
Ijiag ca is iatek
m tie a&& &adxx,33i ctserrtd to
-Y k Wp ; Kmsc tiw. too. I cm Ur.k ; laiarit w nako. TWn cmi
fee wit ap wr sooa. Awl tta V j bskl of gr cowte, wfcwk
iwrstost UcrfBsr aoia si Vis oa iu iap irisht trikick,.' ?eW to
JLl Weibt fc JjiaiJ, titl Wt 1 kl (mom. Tka U w iliaaw. comwUbr ol
sa U fecy oT oc of tk U tjm, xa& ocvrO by U ia
illvcga cfewts. Sk kowJ to tke I tiubl "MyiWs" al fellow! by tko
Boeaalea at t5 tian of tV of ; JJat." TWo PMllip prcfK4 "
lit3xs.fcctt3aaeebMcsptcilljBotiy" Utosl!Oii1J UkaBf. K.
Is&d. TtT- tifarx it to tbe kief. I UHas: iasii of aa iaimrvf3 BKsfqaito W,
a taoa wptiK prcaeet. u a
cas cf puixi liir bonid oteo.
ifiiiJetocr fcn tix riTr i:U2J,
xxst, st tfe tfetaace ef k!f a suK to
t& ria Efidi. Tk via ii to tie Fiji,
rma iit li vjtito is to Ite lniii:iia,rk
to ttt Ctiisiabiroiv to tlwTiiiti
xa, sod tirvj So li Hi-lti3. Ti ria
b sKct eia oc tea 001 umic ai
HirritT, xad tbe Use Ixlmeen tb pitEt
S fegisj t$ tRS aa "dallti.
Xote tbe re$Blju3ce betwvea liu iron
xsl t&t I!taiaa vvxvl -cakxiiW
cifii s veir. Tte an tosie tiirty or
forty cliinfit rt3 of tan ia thos
iiiirdf. ciSfricr wrr &aca ia sif asd -tot,
acoiic to ti locaSty io vluca Uiy
are trora. Tbe Ea yan crop r, stMoa
t ekU tirc iscbes ia tismter. and
! tt&Swa iscl3 ia kegti- Boeala lh
I cctr itia is a feeosd ou of a delicate
I fiak or bice cujer. Tbfe yarss, ba
Ibabeu oa tie coiU. are rery Esf, beiaas
cajr a tie bt Iriih potatoes. Oa
sccecf tie otier UUJ, boTer. tbe w-
Heties are Etrer, ad 1 lure seea some
fh Yas& Lere. fix feet lone, asd two
cr taree feet ia lijcioois, and vbkb re- j
a 1. .
fcowevw. of a coarse grain and oftea wa-
tery. Dsriar the stay of tie trie smosg
tie tsUsds, o bread was served oct to the
cea-ttbeirs considered by thecapuia,
that tie yas were a cvod scbsiitcte. ard
vastly core citap a ocsket becght a
tkocsaad asd so the bread was reserved
fcr tie ioee voyage. So also with the
salt meat tie hoce beef asd pork was
kept istact. asd fresh pork, three times a
cay, was tie isvaraUe rule. The coose
rrcesee of this cise rsootis" feeding oa
fresh pork aad yams with co ramtion
except soee rni-s aad cacoaasts was,
that tie ceo broke oct with boSs, pricci
paBy ca tie anas asd legs.
To reicra to tie yarn fields. The Erst
cce Isaw aod tie description will aojver
fcr all tie other twenty or tiirty throcdt
which we stroHed was some thirty to for
ty acres ia extent. It was a level tract of
cUrkalkvial aad, evsdeatly rich. Theyara,
as ray readers are doubtless aware, is some
seh a vise as tie sweet potatoe, only cf
a ock stalky growth, with darker colored
bares, seeding oct creeping tendrils ia
every direction, which, if cot periodically
ccrbed ty betag gathered into a heap on
tie Ettie rsosad ia wixh the vesetable
escskct is pssnted, weald render the whole
EeJd coe taazled mass of Tiiii. There
were a hundred cr more women asd girls
ia tL Cell engared in this work, all merri
ly ehatticg asd bxcghicg together when
ccr party case saddesly epen thera from
a by-path fearEcg oat of the bosh. Icme
ciatrfr oc percetTicg Phillips, who was al
ways ia adraar. they coached asd cow
ered to tie rrocad, asd remained in that
positioa while we crossed over the eld,in
and cct aswsg tie yam lilk. As we en
tered a grove ef breadfruit. rrrr and tfi
trees oa the ether side cf tie eJd. I tam
ed to lock tack, asd tie women were still
ia the same prostrate positions, cot dihcg
to staid erect tin tie -tcranea leva"
great chief was cct of sight.
Ose featae of tie bods aboct Bew
that lordUj isprsssed me of their value
hr agriealtcral purposes, vzs the great
cscber of ssall streams cr brooklets that
raa psrfisg down to tie river from every
u.jtiit3. i cere w2s do occasaoa to re-
.w mm.wi i .iwvu, utn .ilwe HQ
provsced aa ample sapply of the cecesiary
uid- AB the umer bad to do was to
cam oce cf these streams, aad he could
sped3y ccd his eld. Tha nameross
eroesiczs were &rsed by snbs tislial bridg
es cf leva corcssat logs.
MzXicz a detour isitad cf abost two
zsSes, we taxed to re tern to Philfips'
kosse,asd oa our war pased extessire
taro patches- These were sitnzlal oa a
risir gtocad, cse above asother. like a
series cf benches, the water fiowinj &os
tie epper patch, which received it from a
scasuia brook, dowo throosh the others.
HaEke tie HawaSaa asode cf cocetrsctioa
a sisple bask cf asd tfee Fipaa taro
patch M aeatfy waHed cp oo all tides
with ftcsef, asd tie taro pleated io rows.
Taro u Bot, lower er, to extessrelf ated
ajs aa article cf food as yam sed bwd
fruit, tie kiter etem es!y wbee ripe aad
jtZz suEte ti TTs-wffint.-wto eat It
haked wkK gneoa and is tfcii ripe stle,
it it soft asd sfjgfctlj mat, aanrcnag very
-weS fcr i padfCsg.
Oo oarway boekv are owe to a beMti
fai fod, aakr the tbmi aC am iowm
SfBtt&x 'A trs. itawaiswtfrefeet
sfeey,a4 six or sere yasaV iswe, vale!
ap oa tM mim with rim 7W fcitiai
sd.eJ al aw it,KMie tf(Mf
sfeaEUeda. T4f was TM
fg'fcfflrate Wtesg jww. wd wm UkiU
wawaaaaaarE Pr9Baar jawjaaawt. RsjaBsyYBaVj
a. qwraiM iatfc, aaiaaw tawaW, iar We
6.00 PER YEA&
! foeaj rwkl jilto for tke art tim is
UtdM taade aad enjoyed a skat cf a
cocple of bo&m. oa tie soft, yielding EtU.
Vbea w wtis Phillips, vio Has oadeo,
CMtag the process of Urberim, propoed
that we sbooH embark ia a canoe and take
a sail dovn the river to his &ihtog town."
So wo went oa board a Urge doable canoe,
sad booties the imoeatt three-cornered
cat siil, were slowb waited down the rirer.
Ihjrinj all'QSs y Ike caaatbeTofgiM
were soia on tiroagh the town, bat Phil
lips took no part in then, notwithstanding
he had so oftea brassed to me of his fond,
ness for the taste of hamaa Besh. He de
voted himself eatirvjy to the mate and his
party, of which I was one) and seemed to
be very solicitous to amose and oak us
comfortable. "Whether this was rora want
of isdinatioa to join the horrioio tataroa
Ua of his coanlrymen, or cat of compli
ment to cs, I cannot say, bnt he treated
our party very kindly.
As we slowly sailed down the river on
oar fishing excorsion, or rather onr excur
sion to the fishing town, the natives on
the canoe, numbering aboat fifty, kept op
ac oastant, slow, monotonous kind of sing-
Ug in concert, the refrain of which was
j accompanied with clipping of the hands,
f The voices were powerfol, and the different
parts hiss, tenor and alto were well sos-
tained, while tha time was perfect. Phil
lips told me that the subject of the song
was himself his birth, infancy and child
hood somewhat tike the Hawaiian inoas.
Aboat five o'clock in the afternoon, we
arrived at the fishing town, which was a
collection of bouses on the bank of the
river, and which was destitute cf the usual
mangrove boshes. Immediately on oar
arrival, the drum a hollow log of a spe
cies of wood something like the Hawaiian
koa ia appearance was beat as ashmal to
the people to assemble in the "rara," or
square. In a short time, some two or three
hundred men had assembled, and then un
der the direction of the chief of the town,
proceeded to "go a-Sshing." The place
was situated within the ebb and flood of
the tide, which was just aboat tarnisg to
flood. A weir was stretched across the
river from bank to bank, held in position
by stakes, aad then, with seins and nets,
the whole male population of the village
plunged into the water, and an exciting
scene ensued diving, splashing, shooting,
asd laughing. In half an hoar's time, they
had laid on the bank before ns,a large pile
offish, of all sizes, shapes and colors, from
the great -saaka, three or four feet long,
aad six inches through, down to smelts
and minnows. The results of the Esbing
were bid before Phillips, who sat cross-
legged on a mat. By his direction, the
fish were divided out into separate portions.
each of the villagers receiving a share.
Among the spoils were two fine turtle, aad
these were cooked for oar sapper in the
native style, in an underground oven, while
several of the finest and fattest of tbe fish
were broiled on the coals. I may observe,
in this connection, that I never saw fish
cooked by those people in the style of the
HawaEass wrapped op in ti leaves they
were always either boiled or broiled. White
sapper was preparing, Phillips gave cs
some specimens of ha skill as a marks
man. Be had a very fine silver-mounted-rifle,
which had beea made a present to
him by our captain on a previous voyage,
which he always carried with him when
travelling, and of which ha was very proud.
After firing several shots at a tree, at tbe
distance of fifty yards, hitting tbe mark
each time with wonderful accuracy, be
smiled complacently al oar expressions of
admiration, asd said, "I do better than
that." Then ordering one of his attend
ants, who stood some twenty paces from
him, to throw a stick in tbe air, and as the
stick was descending, be rapidly raised hie
rifla and fired, fairly hitting the stick (which
was a piece of rotten bough) aod breaking
it into two pieces with the belL This bub.
thought I. would make a good hand at a
turkey or a pigeon shooting match in the
country from which I came. As he wm
carefully wiping osi his rife, he aatd to me,
-What yoa think, ey boy; can't I kiQ a
FijiiiBaa a-aot any tiise?" Iaeidtcwtl
tiougk-t a cold, aad I tioagit, also, tW
he eoaU kPJ a white saaa jt m emSf, if
he took it sato his head to do ft.
Afa a swwfUcw twwer.wMiMr' iteva
with "was eattaeotta," or hot w4w,gtr-
aHy fewt wMeh la this isttasee st the
broth in vbieh cosse of the ma soiled
proccodrMl to tfce syre ef the vHtt
towrttawaaaaasee 4fc had iM gets
as bwor f Pi?l i' nsH to hit Mm
eta. The avsea was sot rei qaM
Mac airy Mr the awtwni
sfwaweat aevaaty, her sway
Meet of the
BOOK XSCD JOB
vm JM M MIMLl
nm m Mkl fmim.
sored the llwis. a4 1
j to laHe a f Vaawioa asialaK,
M v M M Ik Tttwam ef 1Am "waVa
brI)wsm wWtk fcctl oft ttw MpMMk
fTWja. aaakJaUaaalt tikaBaaaV ekAaaaK lUlil hal waAalaVaHaa
first, all taf, chsht oe thetrtheek
den. who adrwuid k Km Ve A awiaatu
ff tn uaavMa aaajaaas' LaVcWMaua aaJkS fltatakaaldC.
M BV WBWn WvtlwJ MS JcW
aktiftg, ad tie repeated heekwawk to
tie ead from whieh they eaare. Thkma
repeated twaor thwee tiaMt, ad theathe
yoaae; girl, oaths other side of the sqoaw,
adoraed with wrwrtlu of wild fowec awl
green leaves of the foreet, adted aed
retreated k like manatr. Bt oa tee ihkd
advance, siesr; aad daaeieajaad cUppiag
hands, they pawed ia the cestre of the
square, ceased siagiag, aad aiaiakaewiawry
throwing oC thek "Bhaa" the eefeeiat
abost thetr waieta taeakil '1iuitaiii
quite naked, making mottoas asd gestares
of so iadece&t a catare, that they had bet
ter be imagined than described. Alter the
dance whs over, Phillips aad oar party re
tired to sleep in the "vata mbele, I steep.
ir.g alongside of him, asd waa entertained
with an exceedingly (to me) la teres ting
conversation, the tabstaace aad retaka of
which, I will relate in my next.
Tm following Uaa extract from a letter.
addrcMed to tbe public paper by Str. A. H.
Machooochte, the clergyman against whom
Judgment was reodered lately, oo the pdat
of what are denominated RltualUtlc otaerr
aoees. In his church.
"And this tirlcgs me to the second thing
io oc aouc i tuppoje cvtrr one nae more
or less bet ii thlaKlns over the tjucitloo of
EiUhlithmentL III ma; Jadn from tbe
receptioa which was given to a few words of
mine, at the meeting ofTorsday, In Frec
mon' Tavern, the conviction U calnlcs
croncd that the time baa come Tor tbe Chnrca
to claim deliverance trom the yoke or State
control. I do not believe St to be a qaetUoa
belonting to anj political school, for I con
tantlr Cnd mrtelt at one on this point with,
men of views dtseriug aa. widely as possible
bom one another and myself on political
qaesUons. Even It we look at th matter
from a Slate point of view, the principle for
which I contend lies deeper than any differ
ences of modern politics ; for, thus regarded,
an equitable union of Chorea and State la
only possible when the two terms are coex
tensive. In any other case, one oi two dlSl
collies will arise either the Infiaence of
the Church In the aSalrs of Statu will be a
harden to thoe subjects of tha State who da
not belong to her pale, or else (which la the
more probable alternative) the yoke of the
Slate will press heavily upon tbe conscience
or tbe Church. The English Establishment
dates from a time when the two were co-extensive,
and the continuance cf this condi
tion was assumed at the Reformation, bat
has not been realised, nor will any one dare
to predict that It la likel; to be rcallxed. So
that even from this point o( view t&e union
of Chnreh and State la an anachronism, asd
onht to be swept away. Bnt It Is In the In
terest of religion solely, not In that of poli
tics, tilt the question has to be viewed by as.
What tight has the Spoote of Christ to ally
herself with tbe powers Of the world ! Sure
ly to do so U to commit that terrible spirit
ual adultery against which her Lord has so
oftea warned her. If the State be nnbellir-
' Ing and I suppose no one wishes to Impose
upon toe nuing ooaies m me .nsrusn state
(except upon the Crown Itself) the same of
Christian the very Idea Is an offence to tha
dullest spiritual instinct; and yet If we take
the opposite hjpothesli, we shall, I think,
find it, worse. A Christian State Is a child of
the Chorea. It Is of the Church. In such a
State that each individual Is 'bczottea again
of God In Christ Jesus;' it is by her teat
each Is fed; by her prayer and blessing that
all State seta teek for help from Cod ; by her
anointing that the sovereign is set apart for
the hlzb functions of Government f Can we,
then, ttefend adultery between a mother and
her son? Such I believe to be, and always
have been, tbe nature of onion between
Church and State. Doubtless, the Stile owes
to the Church the affectionate care and sop
port that a dutiful son can give to bis mother;
but this Is not the theory of Establishment.
Tbe Jewish Chnreh began to fall from God,
and oltlmatelj sank Into Idolatry, from the
time that it became as Establishment In the
reign of Seal. The rehrn of Constantlne was
the beginning of the decline of Christianity
In spiritual things quits as ranch as it was
the beginning of its rise la temporal gran
deur. 'or do I think that the State has suf
fered less than the Chnreh from the alliance.
Bat I mcst cot prolong my letter by the dis
cussion of this question. Let as, then, as
citizens as well as Churchmen, move every
power to obtain a dissolution cf this ungodly
alliance. Why should not petitions to Par
liament asd memorials to Convocation be
ready by the commencement of the session f
Then bj tbe time Parliament meets again,
after Easter, other memoriabt might be read;,
and thus the question be thoroughly Tcntl
lated. I feel that It Is Impossible to urge
this matter too strongly. The limits of a
letter in ;onr columns prevent me from doing
more than barely indicate crudely some of
thetboujrbu which have long been In ray
own mind. I trust other hand more able
than mine will take up the subject, and show
lnrtbtr grounds for the action which sees
so desirable. Once free from State control,
we shall begin. I trust, to feel as a body, and
not merely a individuals, that we belong to
a kingdom which "Is not of this world."
Oar bishops will know that their power b
that of the servants of Christ, not of Lmda
of Parliament; we of the clergy shall be free
from tbe temptations to -worfiHy gala aaa
ambition with which an EstbUs4wst sar-
rounds men; and our people win receive or
reiect ns for Christ's cake, not as satalsSesa
appointed by the State.
"One word more, and I have dose. It I
a greet blessing to 8ad that 'seeewlsa' does
aot appear to seggeat Itself to the mlsas of
seoete zeserallras a oossible eoiatioa of oar
preiesrt aVafeaMe. Last, however, soase
stoelabe seises with that lew which 'U
siittteg else bet the betnylBf of saecdr
wUeb msos oflwa,' I woaid faer H Xsa
lMCBsjehatea that It Is fas the Ctasehof
tit,eey asaet wla or lose far
Christ. Lets for ear aar LaaaTa aafce.
have bo tahrtlrMf.ed dceertfea, bat let
see sit oar aiiltisua teirtaar eoesaa eat of
sVxwt, aad raMyfac thfaritsa la tisstras
ertmtsafortfce itertoa coatest wMea ht
seoWeaaiai iilssa aCawflaarah thetr
"aV. Si. JUcaucwaL"
. jUWj CWtr-Uw naavi tL.
a. X.C-, to. M, laSSL '
atofanaoBT teHs the fbtiowW kuj
sar a jnusseaa sa the aeattlr set a
rtiiajsaea, wfce mcsM ta eaarn
the sawiiialaga with pr,gaila Sam
aHWtaaalV a aaaaaaaaataTB hV9aa VflHaTsal aaaat aaaaaaaaV
jit rnmOf mmmmt ayotoasa riartsi. m!i
war kawv Leva trrfatan oa -
tswatayallrtati lailaaij Hi
seaatafsaa taa star aa arfcJs ear
a gOstssuT srtsaiiati rtiatVe-
that atast fee a gtaasl